The 16 Guidelines workshop provides practical tools for a more meaningful, fulfilled life. The idea is simple: to change the way we experience the world, we transform the way we think, act, and relate to others to find meaning.
The “Cristophorus Hospice Verain” in Munich is the first and oldest hospice in Germany and has been serving the community for 30 years. There are about 30 nurses working full or part time, social workers, a chaplain and 35 volunteers taking care of the needs of 16 terminal patients, 24 hours a day.
This workshop has been specially designed for the team, who after attending a short 16 Guidelines presentation felt very inspired and wanted to learn more and complete a level 1.
2 Sets of dates are offered: 14th-15th October and 11th-12th November
The aims of the workshop
This 2-day Level 1 will explore key attitudes for developing a mindful culture in our family and community, in education, healthcare, or business. The focus will be on mindfulness, enquiry and ethics using the 16 Guidelines (16G) which provide a framework for reflecting on the ways we think, speak, act and find meaning in life.
Bruno Rizzi, Bruno has been practising Tibetan Buddhism since 1981 and was ordained for 7 years while he studied at Nalanda Monastery ( France).
Bruno has been working for 15 years as a palliative nurse at Christophorus Hospice (Munich) and has over 10 years experience leading workshops and retreats on the topic of death and impermanence as an opportunity for finding meaning, growing and transformation.